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    Photoshop and Bridge

    Hi all,

    I have Adobe Photoshop CS6, I noticed today that the quality of the image in Adobe RAW format editor seems a lot worse than when the image is opened in Photoshop. Has anyone else noticed this?

    I've been editing the raw images and saving them in the raw editor too. Have I missed out on the quality of Photoshop?

    Cheers

    Rob
    Last edited by BavarianRob; 01-12-2014, 22:39.
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    Anybody?
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      sorry I use the LR to first process Raw files
      :- Ian

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        Is that Lightroom?
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          yep I use Lightroom for 80% of my editing plus the library and database is worth the money alone - PS only gets the tricky stuff and I can export straight to PS then click to save back - its a very good combination
          :- Ian

          5D Mk III, 24-105 / 70-200 f2.8 L / 100-400 Mk II / 100 macro / 16-35 L / 11-24 L / 1.4 & 2x converters and a bad back carrying it all ;o)

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            Like Ian, my workflow starts in Lightroom before I go anywhere else

            Tom

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              Same here. LR is great if you dig into the detail. As Ian said not just for editing but cataloging too.
              Alan.

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                So is it vastly different to Adobe Bridge that comes with Photoshop and is it better?
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                  From what I gather the two are not really easily comparable in a few words on a forum. I have however found this for you that may be worth watching:

                  http://tv.adobe.com/watch/the-comple...oom-or-bridge/

                  I use Lightroom and have not used Bridge so cannot really comment.
                  Andy
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                    Great video - thanks for that
                    James
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                      Originally posted by BavarianRob View Post
                      So is it vastly different to Adobe Bridge that comes with Photoshop and is it better?
                      I would say theres very little difference between Adobe Bridge and processing Raw via LR - I do think LR is more user friendly and aimed towards someone that wants to be up and running quickly and personally I prefer LR as I've got Bridge

                      I hope thats kinda what Julieanne said as I've not watched the video
                      :- Ian

                      5D Mk III, 24-105 / 70-200 f2.8 L / 100-400 Mk II / 100 macro / 16-35 L / 11-24 L / 1.4 & 2x converters and a bad back carrying it all ;o)

                      :- https://www.flickr.com/photos/fotosespana/

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                        i used to use apeture 3 on the mac for most basic editing and then finish off in PS6 but these days i tend to just use aperture for storing the files and trial and error on crops ,then do the total edit in PS6 start to finish ,it does a better job as it well should

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